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Downhill from the Temple Mount of Jerusalem, the Gihon Spring guard tower was discovered in 2004 by archaeologists Ronny Reich and Eli Shukron.
This undated photo released by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities shows an ancient dining room dating back about 2,300 years, from the Hellenistic period, a discovery made by a German-Egyptian mission, at the site of Watfa in Fayoum province, about 80 kilometres southwest of the capital, Cairo, Egypt.(Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities via AP) CAIRO -- Egypt's antiquities ministry says archaeologists have discovered remnants of an ancient gymnasium dating back about 2,300 years, from the Hellenistic period.The discovery was made by a German-Egyptian mission at the site of Watfa in Fayoum province, about 80 kilometres, or 50 miles, southwest of the capital, Cairo.Discussions on the foundation and borders of Israelite-era Jerusalem are often rife with accusations of Jewish nationalism trumping evidential facts.For those who take the Hebrew Bible literally, the Weizmann study’s findings could be difficult to reconcile with the text.
Get The Times of Israel's Daily Edition by email and never miss our top stories Free Sign Up In addition to protecting the Gihon Spring, the massive fortification served as a sort of security barrier and permitted one entrance to the spring — “from the west only, from within the city,” according to the City of David website.